Photographs: Gidon Levin
A 1960’s 110 sqm luxury apartment which underwent a facelift and a new internal division of four rooms for its young tenants with a child on the way.
The unification if the spaces along the front of the house enabled the opening of large windows and penetration of light throughout the apartment and an increased sense of a loft space, creating an open kitchen, a dining area and a study with a long counter table. A minimalist and delicate design, including custom-made carpentry and a refined palette of colors, contribute to the sense of a quiet and soft atmosphere. Elements of the previous apartment were preserved by displaying original items from the 1960’s, such as the display of an original iron of the period on the shelving system, or the framing of an original poster marketing the building project.
Designed by kedem Shinar design & Architecture – Website | FB
Carpentry: Guy Raz
Contractor: Yossi Percic
Bathroom tiles and sanitary ware: Modi, Negev Ceramics
Carpet in the living room: Story
Coffe table, Sofa: Tollmans outlet
Yellow white pouf in the living room: Betili
Dining table: Tollmans outlet
A ladder in a bathroom: Soho
Yellow chairs on the balcony: Tollmans outlet
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